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San Diego Blog: losing 'battle of trenches' because they miss Hudson Houck

Hilarious perspective from San Diego Exact same complaint you hear from Dallas fans ... except they conclude it's because they miss Hudson Houck "I cannot remember the last time I was thinking, at the end of the game, the our offensive line had pushed around their defensive line. Jaguars game? Nope, that game was mostly won off the fact that the Jaguars have the worst secondary in the league so Norv left in extra blockers and Philip Rivers bombed them to death. Cardinals game? Nope, that game (and the Jags game too, actually) was won off the fact that the opposing QB threw easy interceptions to our secondary and then they lost the will to fight later on. The last time I can remember this offensive line actually looking strong and fierce was in Tennessee, Christmas 2009. This is a problem. If you want me to get crazy about it, the last time the offensive line looked strong at run-blocking (when it's more about pushing the other guy backwards, whereas pass-protection is just about holding your ground) was in Marty Schottenheimer's last season with the Chargers. "I KNEW IT!", a bunch of you just said. Calm down, it had nothing to do with Marty. It had everything to do with Hudson Houck, the Offensive Line coach that season, leaving San Diego in the offseason to join Cam Cameron in Miami. "

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